London-based artist and activist Virginia Nimarkoh speaks of her brainchild, Lambeth Larder, her fight against food poverty and her love for Brixton
The danger of labelling road users
The repercussions of segregating road users in London and the growing hostility between cyclists and motorists.
I went plastic-free for a month
What I learnt from attempting to produce zero plastic waste for a month.
Walthamstow: A whole new world
Walthamstow is undergoing major re-generation, but what problems does this create for the underprivileged members of the community?
Women march to say #TimesUp
Thousands gathered at Downing Street for the Women’s March London as part of campaign calling Time Up on sexual harassment.
Undiversified literary world
We examine the new initiatives that might be the answer for a more diverse future in the publishing industry.
Data roaming charges to be abolished in 2017
New EU regulations will make using your mobile phone as cheap as it is at home, but only in certain countries.
SeaWorld's underwhelming announcement
SeaWorld announce that it’s phasing out its killer whale shows, but animal rights activists feel it is not enough.
The therapeutic power of music
Artefact speaks to a musical therapist to discuss the growing interest in the business.